Patient charged with assault of nurse at Vanderbilt Hospital — Harold Henry

Patient charged with assault of nurse at Vanderbilt Hospital — Harold Henry

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57-year-old Harold Henry was a patient in the critical care tower of Vanderbilt Univerity Medical Center earlier this month when he began yelling and screaming at nurse Alicia Bonner to get out of his room when she entered during shift change. He would later tell police he felt as if the nursing staff was “ganging up on him”. Bonner attempted to de-escalate the situation when Henry stated “Do you want some of this?” and spit in a cup of water and threw it at her, soaking her hair, shirt, and face. He then jumped at her as if he were going to strike her.

Harold Henry (MNPD)
Harold Henry (MNPD)

Harold D. Henry, of N. Walnut Ave in Cookeville, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on June 10th, charged with assault of a health care provider. He is free on a $1,500 bond.

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